Journal of Islamic Marketing: Volume 13 Issue 7

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Marketing strategies in communicating CSR in the Muslim market of the United Arab Emirates: insights from the banking sector

Effrosyni Georgiadou, Catherine Nickerson

This paper aims to explore the online corporate social responsibility (CSR) communication by domestic and global banks operating in the United Arab Emirates.

Comparative analysis of QISMUT+3’s Islamic corporate social responsibility

Agung Nur Probohudono, Astri Nugraheni, An Nurrahmawati

The purpose of this study is to analyze the impact of corporate social responsibility (CSR) disclosure on the financial performance of Islamic banks across nine countries as major…

Ensuring the halal integrity of the food supply chain through halal suppliers: a bibliometric review

Dwi Iryaning Handayani, Ilyas Masudin, Abdul Haris, Dian Palupi Restuputri

This paper aims to provide a brief bibliometric review of previous literature reviews in understanding halal suppliers in the food supply chain to achieve halal standards from…

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Marketing advantages and sustainable competitiveness through branding for the supply chain of Islamic country

Muhammad Saeed Shahbaz, Mudaser Javaid, Syed Hasnain Alam Kazmi, Qamar Abbas

Branding plays a vital role in the success of every organization and even industry. In Islamic countries, every organization must consider Sharia rules while strategy making…

The halal tourism – alternative or mass tourism? Indications of traditional mass tourism on crescent rating guidelines on halal tourism

Bhayu Rhama

This study aims to identify whether halal tourism, as advocated by Mastercard-Crescent Rating guidelines on halal tourism can be considered as supporting sustainable tourism.

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Impact of supply chain integration on halal food supply chain integrity and food quality performance

Mohd Helmi Ali, Mohammad Iranmanesh, Kim Hua Tan, Suhaiza Zailani, Nor Asiah Omar

The current complex halal food supply chain (SC) has caused food scandals, which have illustrated the weakness of multiple food quality standards and certification and audits in…

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Salesperson ethics behavior as antecedent of Islamic banking customer loyalty

Tony Wijaya, Moh Nasuka, Anas Hidayat

The development of the banking industry is encouraging increasingly fierce competition. In the face of banking competition, Islamic banks need to build customer loyalty by paying…

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Impact of digital Sharia banking systems on cash-waqf among Indonesian Muslim youth

Izra Berakon, Hendy Mustiko Aji, Muhammad Riza Hafizi

Cash-waqf is one of the transformative models of waqf assets submission to optimize the receipt of waqf of money in Indonesia. Currently, cash-waqf can be paid through the…

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Explaining the comparative perception of e-payment: role of e-shopping value, e-payment benefits and Islamic compliance

Karim F. Garrouch

This study aims to examine three factors affecting the comparative e-payment perception, namely, perceived e-shopping value, e-payment benefits and Islamic Sharia compliance. It…

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Determinants of Islamic banking products and services adoption in Morocco: a conceptual framework

Amal El Mallouli, Hassan Sassi

The Moroccan monetary authorities have implemented an Islamic banking system since 2017 as an alternative to the conventional system. However, the adoption of Islamic banking…

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ISSN:

1759-0833

Online date, start – end:

2010

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Prof Jonathan Wilson